Bernard always had a few prayers in the hall and some whiskey afterwards as he was rarther pious but Mr Salteena was not very adicted to prayers so he marched up to bed.
Chapter 3 (The Young Visiters (1919))
Mr. Salteena was an elderly man of 42 and was fond of asking peaple to stay with him.Daisy Ashford
I am parshial to ladies if they are nice I suppose it is my nature. I am not quite a gentleman but you would hardly notice it but cant be helped anyhow.Daisy Ashford
Ethel was calm but she felt excited inside. Bernard has a big house said Mr S. gazing at Ethel he is inclined to be rich.Daisy Ashford
My own room is next the bath room said Bernard it is decerated dark red as I have somber tastes. The bath room has got a tip up bason and a hose thing for washing your head.Daisy Ashford
Oh I see said the Earl but my own idear is that these things are as piffle before the wind.Daisy Ashford
The bearer of this letter is an old friend of mine not quite the right side of the blanket as they say in fact he is the son of a first rate butcher but his mother was a decent family called Hyssopps of the Glen so you see he is not so bad and is desireus of being the correct article.Daisy Ashford
I am very fond of fresh air and royalties.Daisy Ashford
Ethel patted her hair and looked very sneery.Daisy Ashford
Her name was called Lady Helena Herring and her age was 25 and she mated well with the earl.Daisy Ashford
Ethel and Bernard returned from their Honymoon with a son and hair a nice fat baby called Ignatius Bernard. They soon had six more children four boys and three girls and some of them were twins which was very exciting. The Earl only got two rarther sickly girls called Helen and Marie because the last one looked slightly french.Daisy Ashford
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